In recent months, as the Argentine presidential campaign swings into high gear, Peronist slogans have reappeared in public political debate, while various candidates are making use of myths that originated in the 1940s. This trend brings new relevance to issues concerning Peronism's significance in twentieth-century Argentina and the metamorphoses this movement has undergone since Perón first burst upon the national political scene. The present collection of eight essays, which arose out of a 1990 conference held at Harvard University, provides a useful outline for discussing these issues.
Copyright © 2012-2013 Estudios Interdisciplinarios de América Latina y el Caribe.
Editores: R. Rein, G. Leibner, O. Preuss
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